Such a powerful and important exhibit currently on view @feldmangallery “VIOLATED! Women in Holocaust and Genocide”; which is “an exhibition of more than thirty international artists who present artistic representations of and reactions to sexual violence against women during the Holocaust, as well as later genocides”. | Muriel (Nezhnie) Helfman “Daughters of Auschwitz” 1979.
No, really, it’s a drawing. People are in awe when they see Scott Hunt’s drawings, which have so much depth and look so realistic that one easily mistakes them for photographs. Join us for the opening on May 22 to admire 4 of Scott’s masterpieces.
Visited Darryl @darrylwestly in his studio in Brooklyn last week. What a talented and interesting young artist he is. We are so glad to count him among this year’s line up of artists for Art2Cure NYC @feldmangallery !
We are excited and proud to announce our first Art2Cure exhibition in New York City at the Ronald Feldman Gallery. Over the next weeks we will introduce the Artists from New York and Luxembourg who are participating in this exhibit.
Thanks @artforum for visiting my show @feldmangallery . #Repost ・・・
Cameron Hayes, Martina Navratilova Hitting Against Dad's Office Wall, 2017, oil on linen, 26 x 18" @feldmangallery, New York through February 17. @cameronhayesartist #cameronhayes#ronaldfeldmangallery#newyorkshows . @martinanavratilova
In the centre of the picture there is a marriage cake, both bride and groom have already taken pieces out of the cake and replaced the pieces with other bits of cheaper cake to hide their theft. The couple walk down the aisle already missing pieces of themselves in an attempt to accommodate their partner. The bride’s leg is replaced by a bike wheel her arm is a crutch, the grooms head a rubbish bag. Cameron Hayes exhibition opens at Ronald Feldman Gallery, New York, 6 January 2018. #livingalie#identity#weddingcake#cameronhayes#ronaldfeldmangallery#kunst#painting#narrativepainting#allegorical
‘When you lie you lose a bit of yourself and replace it with a bit of everyone else’, oil on linen, 60 x 72 inches.
When you go to a funeral or someone famous dies it is the custom to lie about the dead person and his/her life to the extent its no longer possible to identify the body. Even after death we live a lie.
A woman reads from a prepared eulogy, the mourners listening to it are trying to make sense of it and assemble the dead body is like trying to put together an IKEA table but they are confused by the contradictions and implausibility of the life they were hearing.
Artforum Mashup featuring
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Lin Tianmiao at Galerie Lelong, New York
Phyllis Bramson at Zolla/Lieberman, Chicago
Jeff Sonhouse at Tilton Gallery, New York
Cassils at Ronald Feldman Gallery, New York
Kuan Yun at Aura Gallery, Beijing, China
Rodrigo Valenzuela at Klowden Mann, Expo Chicago
Niki de Saint Phalle at Vallois, Paris